MARKERAD Limited Collection

A brown IKEA bag, with the word “SCULPTURE” written on it, sits between two white sculptures.

MARKERAD Limited Collection

You’ve just moved into your new place. And now it’s time to find the things that’ll make it really feel like yours.

Make your mark with MARKERAD, a limited edition collection designed in collaboration with world-renowned creative Virgil Abloh. Together we’ve updated a range of everyday objects – from clocks to chairs – with the kind of striking style that can help any home stand out.

MARKERAD, a limited collection by IKEA and Virgil Abloh. Available November 1 in stores only. 

On Friday, November 1, customers may line up at IKEA stores for wristbands beginning at 7am local time.  First come, first served.  Sales begin at 10am local time.  Each wristband permits purchase of a maximum of one unit of each MARKERAD product style, as available.  Wristband does not guarantee product availability or purchase.  While supplies last.*    

*Not available online or in Planning Studio.  Selection may vary by store. Each IKEA store may not carry all 15 product styles in the MARKERAD collection. Camping and overnight parking are not permitted.   

Virgil Abloh stands in front of a crowd, explaining one of his designs to them.

“The ethos of the collection is to add an artful quality to anonymous objects.”

- Virgil Abloh, designer

Made to make a statement

MARKERAD takes classic minimalist designs and builds on them with the artistic references and subversive elements typical of Virgil’s work, with his iconic quotation marks found throughout. They add a sense of irony into the products we’ve produced – perfect for people trying to build a home with a little high-fashion edge, or looking to freshen up the one they already have.

“It’s about elevating the anonymous, everyday icons that we use without noticing. When we put a doorstop on one of the legs of an ordinary chair we create something unexpected – an interruption.”

- Virgil Abloh

“Virgil takes modern design into a contemporary context. By interpreting history and tradition in his own unique way, he creates design which very much appeals to our time.”

- Henrik Most, Creative Leader at IKEA